Calgary women, Guelph men win indoor national title

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Results

The University of Calgary Dinos barely held off Toronto in the women's meet, while the University of Guelph Gryphons overtook Windsor to capture the men's national title at the CIS Indoor Championships in Edmonton, Alberta.

The Calgary DInos were helped in part on the final day by a win from Rachel Machin in the high jump and a second place from their 4x400m relay team, which was enough to hold on a hard charging Toronto women's team. The Guelph Gryphons were helped by wins from Tim Hendry in the shot put and Anthony Romaniw in the 600m. 

For their efforts, Doug Lamont of Calgary and Dave Scott-Thomas of Guelph were awarded the women's and men's coach of the year awards.

Female Team Scores
 
Place School Points
 
1 Calgary UOFC 115
2 Toronto TOR 111 .50
3 Guelph GUE 85 .25
4 Western WES 62.25
5 Windsor WIN 52
6 Trinity Western TWU 39.25
7 Victoria VIC 37
8 Alberta UA 29
9 Saskatchewan UOFS 23
10 Ottawa UO 21
11 Laval LAV 20
12 York YU 13
13 Montreal UMTL 10
13 Lethbridge LETH 10
15 Dalhousie DAL 7.50
16 Regina UOFR 6
16 Queen's QU 6
16 McMaster MCMU 6
19 McGill MCG 5
20 Sherbrooke UDES 3
21 Waterloo WAT 1
22 Manitoba UOFM .25
 
Male Team Scores
 
Place School Points
 
1 Guelph GUE 114
2 Windsor WIN 92
3 Western WES 59
3 York YU 59
5 Ottawa UO 58
6 Sherbrooke UDES 57
7 Regina UOFR 40.50
8 Toronto TOR 39 .50
9 Victoria VIC 21
10 Dalhousie DAL 19
10 Saskatchewan UOFS 19
12 Manitoba UOFM 15
13 Laval LAV 12
14 Alberta UA 10
15 McMaster MCMU 9
15 Calgary UOFC 9
17 Trinity Western TWU 8
18 St. Francis Xavier STFX 7
19 McGill MCG 6
20 Waterloo WAT 5
21 Lethbridge LETH 3

 

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